Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - New Pump

29 comments:

LL Cool Joe said...

Great shots, even though I nearly passed out. I'm a wuz.

Nancy said...

I'm so sorry he had to go through that, but I hope it makes a big difference. xo

Hartwood Roses said...

Such a bumpy road your family is walking. Hugs.

YeamieWaffles said...

Ouch poor Michael, keep fighting big man, you never give up and that's nothing short of inspirational, keep on trucking buddy.

mama .bonnie said...

Ok that first picture was gross but so happy that he is back on the road to recovery. Thoughts and prayers are continuing for him and you!

TexWisGirl said...

bless, bless, bless him! i have been thinking of you (and him) and hoping it all went well. i just can't imagine...

George said...

I'm glad to see that Michael has his new pump, and we hope and pray that he (and you) doesn't have to go through that again.

Margaret (Peggy or Peg too) said...

Gross pictures but you did well.

I hope this helps and things are better for all concerned very soon!
But you can write it next time no need to show us. :-)

Nellie said...

What a time Michael has had! I continue to send my thoughts and prayers!

Sally said...

Poor guy; hoping & praying this takes care of Michael. You've all been through so much.

xoxo

Ami said...

What an awful thing to have to deal with... AGAIN.
Hugs to your whole family!!!

Karen said...

So... is that something that was taken OUT?... I'm assuming? and was something else put in? I'm guessing a defective pump?

Karen said...

Never mind! Just reread the previous post! Hoping this one gives no troubles at all. -

Betsy Adams said...

Grieves me to think about your son going through all over again. How does he --and everyone in the family---keep your sanity??? Hopefully, God helps, and keeps you CALM under these times... God Bless Michael --as he heals again... Prayers for you too.

Hugs,
Betsy

SweetMarie said...

He must get his strength from you. I hope everything goes well now. I was thinking about nursing school, but after seeing these pics I just don't know. You are such a wonderful mom, right there with him every step...he's very fortunate. Bless you both!
hugs,
Marie

Gigi said...

The staples about did me in, if I were to be totally honest. I'm so sorry he's (and you) are having to go through this again. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. xo

Chatty Crone said...

He had to get another pump? Yikes that poor man.

Katie said...

these shots just make it seem that much more real. been thinking of you every day.

So. Cal. Gal said...

It scares me to think what your son is going through. As many surgeries as I have had, I'm a wimp compared to him.

(((HUGS))) to all of you!!!

Lynn Proctor said...

prayers and good thoughts coming your way <3

Momma Fargo said...

Ok. That grossed even me out. Oy.

Nicole Thomas said...

All that looks so scary!! But if it helps Michael, then it's amazing. I feel bad for Michael and your family going through so much.

pembrokeshire lass said...

Oh gosh. I've heard about them but never seen them or the mess they make of your body putting them in!! I do hope that recovery is just the way it should be and that the pump works smoothly. Take care. Joan

Mom of the Perpetually Grounded said...

Wow. Just Wow. It's so amazing what they can do these days. Hope all is well and my prayers are being added, lickety split!

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

OUCH! Praying for you both!
Blessings,
Cindy

NCmountainwoman said...

So sorry for another surgery. We're still praying here for everyone.

Vicky said...

Ohhh myyyyy... my heart and prayers are so with you! I'm late getting here, but know that I think often of you and pray for strength in epic proportions to what you must need to keep going. Love and blessings to you!

Vicki Lane said...

Wishing a smoother path for your Michael in the coming days.

Pat Tillett said...

Wow! He is one tough guy and you are one tough family. Graphic, but it's proof that we all take good health for granted. Now that the new pump is in, this road to recovery will be a much smoother one...